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Sunday, November 06, 2005

Bye, bye my little chile plants...


The chef is on a business trip, so there is not really much cooking going on in our kitchen this weekend. Instead I have taken care of some chiles and chile plants. You can't expect to get a good harvest every year in Sweden. As I've said before we had yet another lousy summer, and the chiles had no chance to be ready before we had to take them in. We can't have plants everywhere all winter, so by now it's time to harvest what we can, and then throw the least interesting plants away. So today I said bye bye to a small Arizona plant, a small Aji Amarillo plant, two Peruwian Purple plants (that didn't give any fruit that the lice didn't eat) and a big Malaguetta plant that just has been a big lice magnet this year (second year for this plant).

So, some plants less and the living room looks a bit more like a living room that it did just yesterday, but still too many plants left. I think we'll harvest all Jamaican Bell next weekend. The fruity ones are not really good in the freezer, so we have to eat them right away. And to do that we need the chef. So, they get to live yet another week.

And the picture? It's a yellow Hot Lemon and a tiny red Arizona.

1 Comments:

At 8:14 PM, November 08, 2005, Blogger Farid Zadi said...

Hello,

I am a chef instructor at The California School of Culinary Arts, Le Cordon Bleu and I am also a fellow blogger. www.bookofrai.com is a multi-author blog with published and emerging writers. To the left you will see a list of authors who contribut content.

I started a food forum http://s14.invisionfree.com/bookofrai/index.php?act=idx2 days ago.

Book of Rai forum seeks to foster cross-cultural, inter-disciplinary dialogues about food. It evolved from the multi-author blog “Ya Rayi Our Rai" I coordinate. The blog evolved from frustrations with certain food forums. So why start another one? I feel there is a place for a more inclusive and focused forum with hosts and moderators who are passionate about their fields of interest.


If you would like to be host or moderator contact any existing host or moderator via PM or email. It’s as simple as that. Post about what you know, if you don’t know ask a question.



I also started it because many of the bigger, general food forums fall short in more specifics fields of knowledge. I've found bloggers to be much more informed and specific. I'm very knew to blogging. I'm having a blast.

I invite you to join the forum to discuss your areas of interest in food. You can post links to your blogs of course. I'm inviting bloggers who I enjoy reading. This is not a mass mailing.

Best wishes
Farid

 

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